World Antibiotic Awareness Week: Research in review

University of Liverpool | November 2018 | World Antibiotic Awareness Week: Research in review

The University of Liverpool has collated a series of their research stories from the past year to mark World Antibiotic Awareness Week, which is every November. 

Among the stories are a feature in the collection is researchers  using snake venom to treat eye infections as an alternative to antibotics, a discussion about antibotics overuse in the farming industry and a project that is working to develop new antibiotics for multidrug-resistant bacteria. 

 

Each of the news stories are available to read from the University of Liverpool

New funding to tackle antibiotic resistance

Latest podcast: Antibiotic resistance and farms  

Snake venom treatment investigated as antibiotic alternative for eye infections 

£1.6m to develop novel meningitis blood test

 

 

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